Calanoa Amazonas ecolodge is based in 125 acres of well preserved jungle by the banks of the Amazon river in Colombia. It intends, together with the neighboring indigenous communities, to develop a model of sustainable living in the Amazon forest.
The Calanoa Project is an initiative by Marlene and Diego Samper that aims to contribute to the conservation of biological and cultural diversity in the Amazon region by providing a setting that integrates art, design, architecture, scientific research, communication, community education, and sustainable and respectful tourism.
The guiding principles are conservation, research, communication, education, sustainable and innovative design for the humid tropics, art in dialogue with the natural surroundings and local cultures, and sustainable tourism that promotes a holistic approach to the place as well as the exchange of knowledge, visions, experience and techniques between the local community and the Calanoa visitors.
Calanoa, as a jungle lodge, offers plans that are respectful with the local communities, responsible with nature and generous with our guests, to make of your visit an unforgettable experience.